1. Tips For Choosing The Right College Living Situation

    Allow us to begin this blog post by saying “congratulations!” If you’re off at college attending beautiful Kent State University, then at least one thing must be certain: you’re no longer living at your parents’ house. Unless you’re from the greater Kent area and you’re commuting to ca…Read More

  2. Getting The Most Out Of Your College Experience

    Did your parents teach you the value of...well, value when you were raised? Getting the most that you can out of a particular experience not only translates into getting your money’s worth, but also making sure that none of your time was wasted. When it comes to spending a bare minimum of four yea…Read More

  3. Holding Yourself Accountable When Your Folks Aren’t Around

    Who’s going to shake you awake and help you get dressed so that you can catch the school bus on time? Oh wait, no one is going to do that because you’re a grown adult. Indeed, you’re not going to return to one of our apartments for rent in Kent hoping that there are groceries on the countertop…Read More

  4. Becoming A Morning Person As A College Student

    If you’re a true college student, that means you’re not getting much sleep in general. It’s hard to get up in the mornings due to those late nights spent pouring over your textbooks and cramming seemingly endless information into your brain. At the same time, it’s hard to go to bed at night …Read More

  5. Exercising Your Dog While Living In A Student Apartment

    Have you ever come home to a chewed up couch, newspaper bits all over the carpet, broken dishes on the kitchen floor, and the sight of your dog’s face that says nothing other than “I’m sorry, human. This is my fault. I’m guilty; please don’t be mad!” If so, know that you’re not alone. …Read More

  6. More Important Advice For Our Fellow KSU Students

    As many people who have actually attended and successfully completed college would agree with us, your time as an undergraduate is very much a “learn-as-you-go” experience. What that ultimately means depends on you as an individual and what you’re studying, but our main point is that no one is…Read More